Fri, Oct 18 | Quileute Oceanside Resort

Mindful Beach Cleanup & Yoga Retreat with Emily Silver

“5.25 TRILLION pieces of plastic are estimated to be floating on the surface of the Earth's oceans.”- Plastic Ocean Project. We can make a small difference as a community; little things do add up!
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Mindful Beach Cleanup & Yoga Retreat with Emily Silver

Time & Location

Oct 18, 2019, 5:00 PM – Oct 20, 2019, 1:00 PM
Quileute Oceanside Resort, La Push, WA 98350, USA

About the Event

Let’s come together to practice mindfulness and yoga while connecting to our natural environment through a beach cleanup and more! Connect with like minded individuals and make lasting friendships.

Retreat Highlights:

• 3 Yoga classes: Saturday morning & afternoon, Sunday mid-morning

• Walking & seated meditations on the beach

• Beach cleanup on Saturday & learn about resources to help YOU make a difference

• Nature and beach walks

• Bonfire on the beach Saturday night

• 3 Delicious Ayurvedic meals provided: Friday night dinner, Saturday lunch & dinner

Not included:

• Transportation to/from La Push

• Accommodation; although there is room available in the main cabin

• Meals outside the ones provided

Retreat Fee: $220

Accommodation on your own at Quileute Oceanside Resort, right on the beach in the tribal village of La Push, tranquil and rejuvenating it boasts unparalleled beauty. The resort has a variety of year-round accommodations and pricing, varying from rustic to luxurious. Most rooms have kitchenettes, be sure to ask upon booking! Call or visit their website to book your room for October 18 & 19th: 1-800-487-1267, www.quileuteoceanside.com.

Or stay in the main cabin with Emily, she’s reserved cabin 36/37, a 6-bedroom cabin located in the center of the resort. The cabin is split down the middle with 3-bedrooms on each side, both include a full kitchen, full bathroom, and fireplace. Space is limited, to reserve purchase ticket upon checkout ($135 per person, 2-nights, taxes included).

At least 8 million tons of plastic leaks into our oceans every year. It washes up on our beaches and shorelines and accumulates in five garbage patches – gigantic islands of plastic and all sorts of other trash – around the world. The plastic in our oceans is already impacting our ecosystems, which in turn filters back to us through the food chain, gets ingested by us and influences our health and well-being.” – Pia Newman

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